The late and beloved ‘Jeopardy!’ host Alex Trebek’s estate sale is slated for this weekend and will offer a wide array of Trebek’s possessions including but not limited to art, furniture, memorabilia. The property will be open to the public for four days at the Studio City residence where he lived for almost thirty years.
The sale opened Thursday and continues through the weekend at the luxurious Fryman Canyon area property purchased by Trebek back in 1991 in Studio City, Los Angeles.
Original sculptures by John Howard Gould, a mixed media sculpture of a muskox by William Allen and other paintings, carvings and original works can be found scattered around the estate, all of which are for sale.
Furniture includes sofas, tables, a pine armoire, chairs, a writing desk and a bookcase.
Memorabilia like a Japanese Kabuto helmet and sword, a brass cash register and Trebek’s autographed 2009 Grand Prix of Long Beach celebrity race helmet are also available.
It should be noted that permit passes will be handed out at the residence, and the passes must be returned once perspective buyers have finished browsing. Those interested should expect traffic to and from the estate sale as the residence is near the popular Fryman Canyon hiking area below the Hollywood Hills.
Trebek passed away in 2020 at the age of 80 after a relentless battle with pancreatic cancer. Having moved to the U.S. from Canada back in 1973, the Studio City home he purchased in 1991 sold just over a month on the market back in March of this year.